Category Archives: Marketing

Twelve Things to do Prior to Launching a Book

If I’d known then, what I know now, would I have ever written a book? It’s a question I’ve been asking myself repeatedly over recent weeks and if I’m being perfectly honest, I think the answer would be no! That’s … Continue reading

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The guaranteed way to gain reviews

Originally posted on Suffolk Scribblings:
Reviews, reviews, reviews. They are something an author both craves and fears. We are desperate for reviews, both as confirmation that what we’ve produced is liked – though I’ll let you into a little secret here,…

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Building an Email List: The Value of a Short Story

For anyone embarking on self-publishing, one of the key things to develop is an email list. There are numerous websites giving advice on how to do this, and in theory they all sound very reasonable. There’s just one problem: Content Marketing The vast … Continue reading

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Book Marketing: 20 Questions to Ask Yourself About Your Target Audience

Originally posted on A Writer's Path:
? by Ashlee McNicol Imagine this: you are a new author. You have a book published and ready for the public eye. You’ve been through all of the fundamental processes with editing, formatting,…

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